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Visoba Khechara - Etymology
... derived from the word viṣṇein, which means to relax and relates to the meeting of Visoba with Namdev ... "one who is moving in air") relates him being a Siddha, a Tantric master possessing magical powers and his linkage to the Nath tradition of Maharashtra ... Another theory relates his name khechara, literally meaning a mule in Marathi, as the name Dnyaneshwar and Muktai called him in contempt, when Visoba refused to ...
Object Process Methodology - Features - Object Process Diagram - OPM Fundamental Structural Relations
... Symbol Meaning Relates a whole to its parts Relates an exhibitor to its attributes Relates a general thing to its specializations Example uses of the OPM structural links Aggregation A consists of B and C ...
Look At The Harlequins! - Criticism - Biographical Reading of The Novel
... Tamara (1925), relates to Mary Pawn Takes Queen (1927), relates to King, Queen, Knave combined with The Defense Plenilune (1929), relates to The Defense Camera Lucida (Slau ... Olga Repnin (1946), relates to Pnin Exile from Mayda (1947), a short story collection, relates to Pale Fire or Spring in Fialta and Other Stories A Kingdom by the Sea (1962), relates to Lolita Ardis (1970 ...
Petrila Mine Disaster - Relates
... Another complained "I don't know where to go, nobody tells us anything, I don't know whether I should stay here or go to the hospital." Men stand outside the Petrila mine waiting for news ... Some 100 people were working in the mine at the time of the first blast. ...
Sections of The Broadcasting (Amendment) Act 2007
... Section 2 relates to terms used which were briefly explained in the previous page of this document (interpretation) ... Section 8 relates to applications for multiplex contracts ... Section 9 relates to deciding of applications for award of multiplex contracts ...

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